Updating war file
The archive file still exists, however, and the application could be deployed again.
programming forums Java Mobile Certification Databases Caching Books Engineering Micro Controllers OS Languages Paradigms IDEs Build Tools Frameworks Application Servers Open Source This Site Careers Other all forums jar -cvf * Which means, "compress everything in this directory into a file named pets.war" (c=create, v=verbose, f=file) Or If u want only some files, specify file names separated with ,(comma) in place of '*'.i tried what you said: "jar -cvf my War.war" but i got a message saying command" jar is unrecognized. my jar command is in C:\JBuilder X\jdk1.4\bin but files and folders i want to archive are in: C:\apimswebapps\apimsprd CTC007 what should i do? It tells us take everything of current directory and create war file of that aplication.
Momentarily you will see the State of the benefits application become "Active." This means that the application is available to those that have access to the server.
Download an updated version of the web application, the benefits2file.
To deploy a Java web application and start it by using the administration console, perform the following steps: with a radio button next to it. By using the links and the radio button, the console fills in the Path field for you.
Select the check box to the left of the benefits application in the Deployments table. Undeploying an application means stopping it, and then removing it from the configuration of the server(s) on which it was deployed.
The web application's deployment descriptors have been modified to use a different context root (path) to access the application.
After it has been downloaded, rename Return to the Deployments page of the administration console.
After replacement of a full application, the old application is uninstalled.
After replacement of a module, file or partial application, the old installed module, file or partial application is removed from the installed application.This option unzips the compressed file into the installed application directory. The ibm-partialapp-delete.props file must be an ASCII file that lists files to be deleted in that archive with one entry for each line.The entry can contain a string pattern such as a regular expression that identifies multiple files.Depending on the contents of the compressed file, a single use of this option can replace files in, add new files to, and delete files from the installed application.